[NTG-context] How to override ConTeXt-SBL titles, to make all titles everywhere capitalized?

Joey McCollum jmccollum20140511 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 17:36:52 CET 2022

I've avoided forcing capitalization in too many places in the SBL rendering
because there are often language-specific (or, within English, even
dialect-specific) differences regarding what should be capitalized. I think
I already enforce capitalization of the first word, though:

\starttexdefinition titleemph #1

\starttexdefinition titlequote #1

If you want the behavior you've described, you can change \Word to \Words
in the lines above (in publ-imp-sbl.mkvi). I probably will leave the code
as-is, however, as it seems safer to expect the user to provide the desired
capitalization in the BibTeX file.


On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 11:03 AM Joel via ntg-context <ntg-context at ntg.nl>

> I am a few days from sending a document to a publisher, and using the
> Society of Biblical Literature style (via the macro ConTeXt-SBL) as it is
> very close to what I need, Chicago (numbers style) citations. One glaring
> difference I notice between the two styles is ConTeXt-SBL presents the
> titles of articles and books in lower case, but Chicago gives them in upper
> case (I think SBL should too, but maybe as my entire BibTeX file is
> lowercase, it is not). How can I tell ConTeXt to override the titles,
> everywhere they appear, so they are printed in uppercase? I've manually
> marked all of the words that should not be capitalized in my BiBTeX file as
> with \word{of} so they will ignore any instructions to become capitalized.
> --Joel
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